This is a good article.
In the distance, a water war is taking place between two species of animals, one wild, one trespassing, both thirsty and struggling to survive. Squaring off on either side of a small muddy spring, a herd of elk and a band of feral horses stand their ground until spooked by curious humans and their approaching machine. Dubbed “trespass livestock” they've become tourists attractions and exhibit crafty behavior, figuring out how to open an ice machine to happily munch on a frozen treat, and breaking open water lines. They loiter wherever there's water, including near bathrooms and restaurants, and also at the treated outflow from septic ponds.
Wild horses have been a huge issue for some time and the piece above explains the dynamics. I want habitat resources to be there for the indigenous wildlife not for horses. It's been time for awhile to put this meat back on the table. Link